Dec 16, 2019  
2019-20 Catalog 
    
2019-20 Catalog

Marketing Management, AA


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The Associate of Arts in Marketing Management degree provides students with practical, hands-on experience in both traditional and digital marketing. Greater emphasis is placed on the intersection of marketing strategy with business management and decision making. Courses in advertising, relationship marketing, marketing research, measurement and analytics, international marketing, multicultural marketing, and sales offer students instruction in areas that match employer needs. The program requires students to assume a management viewpoint, and develop appropriate marketing strategies that employ their newly honed skills.

Learning Outcomes

Degree recipients should possess the skills & abilities described below:

  • Explain and apply the marketing functions of product/service planning, pricing, distribution, and promotion for both domestic and international marketing situations
  • Identify and apply the principles of client relations; explain how they apply in building client and customer partnerships
  • Identify and apply the principles of retailing and e-marketing principles within the marketing function of a business
  • Describe and understand the legal environment in which business and marketing is conducted and basic legal concepts that apply to business organizations and the marketing function
  • Demonstrate the ability to engage in media planning strategies, marketing and advertising strategies for business advertising campaigns
  • Perform basic business calculations and create budgets for managing expenses
  • Apply critical thinking skills to perform marketing research and analyze information
  • Communicate marketing concepts effectively both written and orally in clear concise language appropriate to the audience including business presentation skills
  • Work an effective team member and leader to develop a marketing plan and reach specific marketing goals
  • Demonstrate an understanding of contemporary human relations/organizational behavior in terms of concepts, processes, and models and the issues, advantages, and challenges related to diversity in business organizations
  • Identify the issues and challenges related to ethics in current business organizations and in the marketing function, and identify ethical dilemmas in the business setting
  • Identify the issues, advantages, and challenges related to diversity in a global workforce

Choose one course from the following: 5 CR


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Choose one course from the following: 5 CR

Electives


  • Any Natural Science with Lab course from AAS-DTA  list 5-6 CR
  • Any two 200-level Marketing courses 10 CR

Total: 97-98 CR


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